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If #MeToo has taught us anything, it’s that telling better women’s stories hasn’t really changed the lived experience of women, because it hasn’t really changed men.
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Ali's Wedding and Mountain are alive and well, but the tentpoles are a touch mediocre. And the Americans fear the annual results will be dismal, betrayed by October.
Heart of Gold takes a country town into short film hysteria, and delivers some compelling winners.
From a film about witches to a fable from Japan, the recent batch of festival winners set the filmmaking bar very, very high.
An audacious contemporary take on Frederico Garcia Lorca's Yerma, presented by National Theatre Live and Sharmill Films.
Ali keeps going with Mountain but Rip Tide and Australia Day are off the charts. Lego Ninjago is not flourishing.
Punk is a tradition to evoke at your peril as the Adelaide Film Festival discovered on the opening night, though it turned out just fine.
Mountain becomes a hero of the Australian documentary scene in all of two weeks.
Streaming theatre, opera and dance productions live into cinemas has succeeded overseas, so what's holding local companies back?
We compare several different analyses of recent low(ish) budget film success. Should we be doing anything different? Can we do anything different?
A mixed bag for Australian films as Mountain picks up the classically inclined and Australia Day doesn't find a good hook.
The slick spy franchise returns, tongue still in cheek, but with repeating its past success its main aim.
The third LEGO-based movie proves jam-packed with energy, and at its best when it's nodding to real-word play.
At last the look of Peter Rabbit hits the public eye. Only to go head to head with Wes Anderson and Isle of Dogs. [With added Mountain footage]
Cinematographer Joel Peterson died on the 10th of August 2017 at the age of 63. Tom Zubrycki celebrated his life at an OzDox event, which also illuminated the changing role of the camera in documentary.
This is the end of Act two in the Great Tropfest Drama - basically secure and growing in Parramatta. But where will Act three take us?
Warwick Thornton's Sweet Country takes key award at 2017 Toronto Film Festival.
If we want good arts journalism it may just be up to us as content consumers, not because of cuts and a devaluing by the media giants.
A Bond and Bourne wannabe that’s content with being generic.
It is rare to find a production model which genuinely reduces risk. Here is one, working quietly in the shadows, which makes a strictly logical use of prayer.
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